IBM Quantum Open House

The official registration is now open to the IBM Quantum Virtual Open House event on Thursday, February 25, 2021. We would like to extend an invitation to you and other leaders from your organization to attend. To accommodate a global audience, we are offering the open house at both 9am EST and 7pm EST.

Join us to learn about quantum computing and the IBM Quantum Network. We have created a concise agenda that will run twice on the same day:


  • IBM Quantum Network Overview by Dr. Anthony Annunziata, Director of the IBM Q Network
  • IBM Quantum Roadmap – Dr. Jerry Chow(AM) / Dr. Zaira Nazario(PM)
  • Ecosystem Focus Panels
  • 9AM EST Session:
  • Fraunhofer Institute, NC State Univ., Univ of Montpellier, Univ de Sherbrooke, Univ of the Witwatersrand
  • 7PM EST Session:
  • Univ of Tokyo, Keio Univ, Univ of Melbourne, National Taiwan Univ, KAIST Univ, National Univ of Singapore
  • Industry breakout sessions focusing on:
  • Quantum for Financial Services:
  • Goldman Sachs, Keio Univ, IBM Quantum
  • Healthcare & Life Sciences Quantum Computing Applications:
  • Amgen, Anthem, Harvard Univ, IBM Quantum
  • Quantum Computing for Advanced Manufacturing/Transportation/Electronics:
  • Boeing, Hitachi, Samsung, IBM Quantum
  • Molecular Simulation for Chemistry/Materials/Energy:
  • JSR, Mitsubishi Chemical, IBM Quantum

Please register for the event using this official registration link:

If you previously RSVP’d to the event, please use the official registration link above to officially register to the Quantum Open House.

Do not hesitate to share the link with other leaders from your organization and read below for information on the IBM Quantum Network background.

We are looking forward to you joining us on this exciting day!

With best regards,

Director of the IBM Quantum Network

Background of the IBM Quantum Network

The IBM Quantum Network was launched in December 2017 to establish a global quantum computing community of universities, research labs, industry leaders, and startups, all collaborating with IBM and each other to advance the technology and discover practical applications. It offers access to the most advanced quantum computers and software over the cloud, along with training, consulting, technical support, and collaboration opportunities with IBM research scientists. Our quantum systems are the backbone of the IBM Quantum Network, known for their performance and reliability, with the capability of exploring the largest quantum space to date.

Our newly announced quantum system roadmap along with our full IBM Quantum stack, from processor to application layer, enables the most advanced algorithmic and application R&D of any platform now available in quantum computing. It is based on hardware-software co-design and has features and tools to enable users with various background from quantum physicist to domain-specific application developers with limited physics or hardware knowledge.

This approach has made the IBM Quantum Network the world’s most advanced quantum computing community, focused on propelling the science and pioneering commercial applications for quantum advantage. This unique ecosystem has over 130 members and over 400 billion quantum executions on the IBM Cloud to date, and counting. We have engagements with some of the world’s leading companies including Exxon-Mobil, Daimler, JPMC, Boeing, Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, Amgen, BP, Delta Airlines and Anthem.